Backcountry Food Storage
Black bears, javelinas, skunks, rodents and other animals may explore your campsite looking for food scraps. Do your part to properly store food, water, and edible items from animals whether backpacking in the Chisos Mountains or camping at a primitive roadside campsite.
Store Edible Items
Don't Leave Edible Items Unattended
Keep a Clean Camp
Break Down Your Tent When Not In Use
Don't leave food or trash in the storage locker.
Did You Know?
Before its establishment as a National Park in 1944, Big Bend was a Texas state park for eleven years. When established in May of 1933 the park was first designated "Texas Canyons State Park." The name of the new park was changed to Big Bend by the end of that year. More...